Help me please! Seedling problem with yellow spots!

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Hello everyone.I have a Shiskaberry plant which is at 3rd week now. Everything was fine but the last two days I have a problem.A tip of one leave was curling up and burned and the whole plant was wilting.I think its not overwatering though cause when I gave it water, it looked much better.Maybe it is a heat stress cause I tried to put it at the sun and wilting came back so I put it in the shadow and looks better.But now I noticed some tiny yellow spots here and there. What is going on? Please help me.This is my first grow and my only plant.I grow outdoors in a rich soil inside a pot. I didn't feed it yet.Here are some photos
 
Reklax

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Looks like powdery mildew on the leaves, sulphur applied as a foliar can fix that.
 
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Looks like powdery mildew on the leaves, sulphur applied as a foliar can fix that.
Thank you for your fast reply my friend. The white thing is what remained from the soap(i sprayed the plant with a mix of soap and water).
 
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Also I forgot to mention that the leaves are like dry and crispy when I touch them.
 
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Anyone please? The situation is worst today.More silver and yellow spots, some edges burned too and also I have some tiny holes on the leafs.
 
MI420Farmer

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Anyone please? The situation is worst today.More silver and yellow spots, some edges burned too and also I have some tiny holes on the leafs.
I do a quick "diagnostics" check. Do you have a magnifying glass? Is anything moving? Under-side of leaves? If not, then pests are not it.
It could be the changes in environment all at once and you're seeing the results. It could be a very finicky strain. In a dire situation, you could cut those parts of the leaves off or just take the whole fan leave out altogether. The new leaf growth looks healthy so it's always like looking back in time at the older leaves. Track back on the history, you moved it from indoor to outdoor, used soap and water, possible temperature changes. All of those can/will make the plants a little jittery. Hope this helps and keep me posted!!
 
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I do a quick "diagnostics" check. Do you have a magnifying glass? Is anything moving? Under-side of leaves? If not, then pests are not it.
It could be the changes in environment all at once and you're seeing the results. It could be a very finicky strain. In a dire situation, you could cut those parts of the leaves off or just take the whole fan leave out altogether. The new leaf growth looks healthy so it's always like looking back in time at the older leaves. Track back on the history, you moved it from indoor to outdoor, used soap and water, possible temperature changes. All of those can/will make the plants a little jittery. Hope this helps and keep me posted!!
Hello friend and thanks for the reply.I checked it very carefully(cause I don't have the glass) and nothing appeared.Two weeks ago I noticed small spiders and little flies(not a huge number, just a few of them) and I killed them.From then, nothing.But I sprayed the plant with green soap and water just to be sure that I will not have a problem in the future(the white dust is the remaining of the soap). I put them inside when the sun fall down.Could it be a problem? The difference of temperature between inside the house and outside is 2 or 3 celcious degrees so I don't think is a big deal.My plant is in a pot and I bought the soil from a store. I asked a good soil for tomatoes and they gave me a soil which has everything and told me that I will not have a problem. I had not, my plant was doing great(even with a noobie like me) until now.I spent hours of reading before to decide to grow my own stuff but nothing helped cause I found a lot of different opinions so I am more confused!It is my first grow so I feel panic cause I see the plant and I'm not able to help it!I am an artist and the weed helps me with my creativity and heals my loneliness.It's too sad if I lost it.
 
Dimi87

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Think it wasn't happy about being sprayed with soapy water, they're resilient should be fine, looks like its hungry for some nitrogen though 🤷‍♂️
I sprayed it because I saw some pests walking around. Also I noticed some white and yellows spots so that's the reason I sprayed it.I really hope that is hungry and nothing more.If I use manure instead of nutrients will be fine? I have from my goats. Thanks a lot for your reply!
 
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I sprayed it because I saw some pests walking around. Also I noticed some white and yellows spots so that's the reason I sprayed it.I really hope that is hungry and nothing more.If I use manure instead of nutrients will be fine? I have from my goats. Thanks a lot for your reply!
I would steer away from manure or anything like that. They're new plants and they just need the good soil, water, and light. Manure can increase nitrogen to the point of killing the plants. I'd just give it some time and keep an eye on the new growth. It doesn't look to be anything right now. I've had leaves do funky things in the beginning growth, and it alwasy brings me to a panic. But I exercise patience and do my best not to mess with the plant. Maybe just use water at a ph of 7 (neutral)? I believe that is the correct ph for soil. Soil growers chime in!! I grow in coco/mix.
 
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I sprayed it because I saw some pests walking around. Also I noticed some white and yellows spots so that's the reason I sprayed it.I really hope that is hungry and nothing more.If I use manure instead of nutrients will be fine? I have from my goats. Thanks a lot for your reply!
I'm not an expert but I think that manure should be amended into the soil prior to planting. Someone with more knowledge than me may know if you can turn manure into a liquid feed.
 
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I'm not an expert but I think that manure should be amended into the soil prior to planting. Someone with more knowledge than me may know if you can turn manure into a liquid feed.
I believe you're correct. When I'm growing in coco, I mix work castings in. I would imagine a small amount of manure into the soil mixed would be comparable.
In the end, Dimi87, I wouldn't worry too much. It looks like you might just have a few light feed adjustments/tryouts and you'll be fine. They look healthy overall!!
 
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Thanks again for your answers.I water with neutral ph. So I will try nutrients but I will use only the 1/4 of the recommended dose(at least that is what I saw on forums) to prevent burning. Is it right? And what about the holes on the leaf?
 
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Thanks again for your answers.I water with neutral ph. So I will try nutrients but I will use only the 1/4 of the recommended dose(at least that is what I saw on forums) to prevent burning. Is it right? And what about the holes on the leaf?
Good thinking. If a bottle of anything says use 2teaspoons, i'll put in 1. For new growth, I purchased a bottle of Clonex seedling/clone solution. It's just a very light mixture that has worked really well for me. I always use half or a quarter of the recommended dosing. It's always easier to go up, than down and you'll experience far easier/quicker issues as well. Keep on posting and keep us updated!! Happy growing greenthumb!!
 
Dimi87

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I found something that is called ATA NRG Organic growth C. It has 3-3-5.I hope that will do the job.
 
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**UPDATE** Hello again. After one week and things getting bad.I have burned edges and spots(yellow,brown, black and silver) in more leaves.Especially the black spots will make a hole-I know it because it happened before.I cuttted one leaf cause it had a couple of tiny holes in the center to stop the spread of this shit.I noticed the growth is a bit slower, but my plant is one month old, so I suppose that it has to give its maximum.I gave it ATA Nrg organic growth C before 2 days. Im sure the problem is not from fertilizer-I bought it to be able to fix the situation-cause I had these issues before and after the application I didn't notice anything bad. Also the plant isn't straight and moving easily even if I just touch it.If you have any ideas please tell me.I took a couple of pictures to help you identify the problem. The plant is shiskaberry feminized from Barney's Farm.
 
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What kind of light does it receive now? Your plan is to move it outdoors correct?
 
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Soak that thing in Safers 3 in 1. Let it dry in the shade. Cut off dead leaves that are too damaged.
 
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